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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- A Utah company that processes health insurance claims plans to hire another 300 workers.
South Jordan-based MediConnect Global says it will also spend $470,000 to expand its Utah facilities.
In return, Gov. Gary Herbert's economic-development board agreed to award the company tax incentives worth $1.75 million over 10 years.
MediConnect CEO Amy Rees Anderson says most of the new jobs will be added at the company's operations in Ephraim, Utah.
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